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Sermons and talks from:
- Alan Fahrner — minister at the Strasburg Church of Christ (and former minister at the Antrim Church of Christ)
- Rick Davis — former member of the Antrim Church of Christ
- Larry Warren — former minister at the Antrim Church of Christ (called home to our Lord)
Okay, almost entirely from Alan. 🙂
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We are still trying to figure out the best schedule for Traditores Radio. However, for now (all times Mountain):
- Random talks from Alan all day…
- Alan’s latest sermon at 7AM, noon, and 5PM every day.
- A sermon from Rick every Sunday and Wednesday night at 8PM.
- A sermon from Larry every Wednesday afternoon at 4PM.
Please note, a given talk is allowed to finish before a new one begins, so sermons will not necessarily start at the exact scheduled time…please be patient. 🙂
Oh…and when Alan preaches you can listen to him live.
Any suggestions about content, format, or schedule? Please contact us.
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